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Industrial Hose Clamps & Hardware

For any hydraulic or industrial hose system, clamps are a necessary tool to help restrict movement or maintain placement of your industrial hoses during use. Hose and Fitting Supply specializes in a wide selection of industrial and heavy-duty hose clamps for a wide number of hose applications, and you’ll find them in nearly every heavy industry application, including automotive shops, food and beverage applications, agriculture and more.

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Hose Tube & Pipe Clamps - 1/2in Band Worm Gear Clamps Hose Tube & Pipe Clamps - 5/16in Band Mini Worm Gear Clamps Hose Tube & Pipe Clamps - Quick Release Clamp
Clamp includes stainless-steel housing, band and screw. Band length options from ⅜” - 24 ⅞”. See product page for details.
Hose Tube & Pipe Clamps - Bridge Clamps - Right and Left Hand Hose Tube & Pipe Clamps - T-Bolt Clamp Hose Tube & Pipe Clamps - Standard Duty- Tube and Pipe Clamps
Bridge Clamp T-Bolt Clamp PP Clamp Material
Hose Tube & Pipe Clamps - Twin Line Series Hose Tube & Pipe Clamps - Heavy Duty Hose Tube & Pipe Clamps - Center Punch Band Clamps
PP Clamp Material PP Clamp Material Steel hose clamp is easy to install with center punch tool.
Hose Tube & Pipe Clamps - Stainless Center Punch Band Clamps Cinch Strap Hanger Strap
Stainless steel hose clamp is easy to install with an inexpensive center punch tool.

Velcro Strap- OEM-Bundling-Convient- Use them Anywhere Velcro Strap- OEM-Bundling-Convient- Use them Anywhere
Hose Tube & Pipe Clamps - Sanitary Clamps Cinch Strap- with Grip Strip
Sanitary Clamps 1.5"-8" Available  
   
 

Our selection includes the following:

  • Plastic Hose Clamps
  • Center Punch Band Clamps
  • Worm Clamps
  • Quick Release Clamps
  • T-Bolt Clamps
  • Tube and Pipe Clamps
  • Adjustable Hose Clamps

Shop industrial hose clamps and hardware with Hose and Fitting Supply and get great discounts and free shipping on orders over $100, as well as daily deals.

NOTE: It’s important to get the right hose clamp size. Clamps that are too loose could cause a leak to form; clamps that are too tight could put undue stress and pressure on the hose. Be sure to select the right diameter for your hose clamps.